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-Can you ship them in separate containers?
-How large of a container do you need?
-What is the best way to ship them?
-Do they require special handling?
gravel is key to keeping your aquatic animals healthy! Gravel improves water circulation and aeration, which encourages better fish health. Plus, with all those little critters bumping around on top, coral and other plants love having something to attach themselves to!
Sand is another great option for an aquarium’s substrate because it doesn’t absorb much water. This means sand stays loose, making it easier to clean and allowing plants to grow freely. However, if there’s not enough sand, water pools will form and gardenfish won’t be able to dive down deep for food. And speaking of food
Finally, many people choose live plants over rocks for two main reasons: firstly they offer a lot more decorative options (looking at youcientious planted tanks!), secondly they provide a stable source of nutrition for your fish without having to feed them pellets or flakes all the time (read: no more bloat!). Live plants take up space however so make sure you have enough room before adding any hefty survivors like swordfishes or cichlids!
1. Do your research. It is important to do your homework when looking for a breeder. Browse online databases like Back2Basics or Pedigree Viewer, read Breeders’ Handbook of Dog Breeds, and talk to other dog owners in your area who have puppies or dogs from breeders they trust.
2. Ask around. If you don’t know anyone who has a puppy or dog from a particular breeder, ask family and friends if they know someone reliable. Beware of people who may only want to tell you bad things about the breeders they don’t like – take the time to get feedback from more than one person before making a decision about whether or not to purchase a puppy from that breeder.
3. Meet the breeder in person . If you can’t find anyone willing to recommend the breeders they know, try seeing them in person yourself! Be sure that you feel comfortable with them and their facilities – if not, consider finding another breeder immediately!
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